ASUS TUF GAMING Z590-PLUS WIFI – GreenTech_Reviews

The delivery set, traditionally for these boards, is minimal – a user manual, a quality certificate, branded stickers on the battery, a disk with drivers, a pair of SATA cables and screws for fixing M.2 drives with gaskets for single-sided models. An external antenna for the pre-installed Intel Wi-Fi 6 module is located in a separate package.

The design of TUF motherboards varies from model to model. In our case, it is a black and gray color scheme with rare yellow accents. It is based on a 6-layer PCB that is very close to black. Changes are immediately noticeable regarding the number of expansion slots, the type of cooling for M.2 drives, the power subsystem and its cooling system.

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ASUS TUF GAMING Z590-PLUS WIFI – itndaily

ASUS TUF Gaming Z590-Plus WIFI has extremely solid hardware support for overclocking experiments (for example, a powerful power subsystem), but we already mentioned that the 11th generation CPU from Intel is extremely unfriendly towards aerial overclocking .

With the help of ASUS TUF Gaming Z590-Plus WIFI, we were able to overclock the Core i5-11600K only up to 4800 MHz on all cores (this is a stable result). Fixing the reinforced concrete 5 GHz did not work even after fine-tuning the parameters described in the overclocking guide for Intel processors.

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ASUS TUF GAMING Z590-PLUS WIFI – eTeknix

For the everyday user and casual gamer’s, the TUF GAMING line of boards should have almost everything you would be looking for in a motherboard. Even if you fancy yourself a bit of a novice overclocker, Z590-PLUS WIFI has you covered. Coming with 14+2 Power Phases, Digi+ VRM and military-grade TUF components you’ll be able to get the maximum amount of performance out of your CPU. Those just looking to hook everything up and start using the board will love features such as PCIe 4.0, Wi-Fi 6e, AURA Sync RGB and many more.

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ASUS Announces Z590 Motherboards

It’s a rare thing when life lets you have it both ways, but that’s exactly what you’ll find from Intel’s Z590 desktop platform, launching today at CES 2021. Z590 motherboards maintain support for the stratospheric clock speeds and impressive multithreaded performance of Intel’s 10th Gen Core processors. At the same time, they’re ready for lift-off with all of the next-gen features of the upcoming 11th Gen Core CPU family, code-named Rocket Lake. A full array of ASUS Z590 motherboards is on its way, and whether you choose from the top-shelf ROG Maximus XIII series, the sleek and speedy ROG Strix line, the rugged TUF Gaming family, or the purposeful Prime lineup, you can be sure of a smooth and reliable PC build. We’ll have full details on all of those motherboards soon, but we want you to have a taste of what to expect today.

For the ASUS Z590 lineup, we’re tapping into all of the platform features offered by 11th Gen Core CPUs to offer Intel PC DIY enthusiasts a thoroughly cutting-edge experience. When paired with those upcoming CPUs, ASUS Z590 motherboards will offer up to 16 lanes of PCI Express 4.0 connectivity direct from the processor, delivering up to 32GB/s of bandwidth for today’s highest-performance discrete GPUs. The Z590 platform also taps four dedicated PCIe 4.0 lanes from the processor for maximum performance with the latest solid-state drives.

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